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Can Alternative Therapy Treat Sexual Dysfunction in Men and Women?

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Roughly 43% of women and 31% of men experience some type of sexual dysfunction in their lifetimes. While pharmaceutical options have long existed for men, we're only recently paying more attention to women's sexual health issues. And even in cases when drugs can be prescribed, many people opt for alternative therapies for a variety of personal and medical reasons.

At Beyond Beautiful, board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Vu Ho treats sexual dysfunction using state-of-the-art cell therapies, which can isolate the part of the cell that encourages rejuvenation.

Below, we'll look at how patients near Plano, McKinney, Frisco, and North Dallas, TX are treated for sexual health issues at Beyond Beautiful.

What does sexual dysfunction mean for men and women?

Sexual health generally refers to libido, the ability to be aroused and climax, and to have sex without pain. For men, the most common forms of sexual dysfunction are problems achieving and maintaining an erection and the inability to ejaculate. Women may experience problems reaching orgasm, vaginal dryness, and pain during intercourse.

A lack of interest in sex can happen to anyone and be caused by many factors, from biological issues to relationship problems. It's a complex problem, so the first step in determining treatment options is to get to the root cause.

What alternative therapies are available for treating sexual health issues?

When sexual dysfunction is physiological, the problem may originate in the central nervous system. Amino acids, peptides, proteins, and neurotransmitters all play a role in helping cells regenerate and regulate physiological processes such as arousal and orgasm.

At Beyond Beautiful, Dr. Ho can extract cells from the body and harvest the building blocks of new molecules. When these are distilled and reinjected into the body, they have the potential to build more of the right kind of cells and enhance cell turnover in specific areas.

For example, a treatment option called regenerative cell therapy has been shown to benefit men with erectile dysfunction.

Dr. Ho also offers hormone therapy when appropriate for patients.

The benefits of alternative treatments for sexual dysfunction

New regenerative medicine techniques have evolved dramatically over the last ten years. They have many benefits that make them an ideal choice for treating problems often neglected by physicians in general practice.

If you're dealing with sexual health problems, alternative cell therapies may be a good option since they offer:

  • A minimally invasive treatment option

  • Outpatient treatment with no downtime

  • An increase in blood flow and tissue growth

  • Safety, including minimal side effects

Alternative treatments may not be suitable for every patient. Still, the first step toward finding out is to talk to Dr. Ho at Beyond Beautiful and explain how sexual health issues affect your relationships or your ability to achieve a satisfying sex life.

Find out about alternative therapies for sexual dysfunction in Plano, TX

Sexual dysfunction is nothing to be ashamed of, and it's far more common than most realize. It happens in both men and women, and speaking about these issues with a doctor is the first step toward identifying the cause and beneficial treatment.

Patients in Plano, TX, as well as those in the McKinney, Frisco, and North Dallas areas, can schedule a consultation with Dr. Vu Ho at Beyond Beautiful to see if alternative cell therapy for sexual health issues or another treatment is right for them.

* All information subject to change. Images may contain models. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.